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Composition book
also called Composition notebook

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  1. one of a type of stock-bound notebook commonly used by writers and students

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  2. Although available in several colours, the original marbled black-and-white cover (popularly inked in to a solid black), with its generic label on the front, is the overwhelming favourite

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  3. The paper in a composition book is traditionally lined in blue to aid writing, and has a vertical line for a margin on the left hand of every page

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  4. Traditionally the back cover of such a book (the inside back cover for most) had a table of the weights and measures of the English system printed on it for children to refer to, however this feature has become diminished in countries that have adopt

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  5. Sometimes a multiplication table or grammar or punctuation tips are also found on the inside back cover

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